Which of the current crop of presidentiables do you think is the most sympathetic to the principle of separation of government and religion? Legarda is a devout believer---I've seen her on TV spouting god and faith and stuff, and she was already a government official at that time, so she's out as far as I'm concerned. I've seen Lacson in church once, but maybe that was just playing politics because of the presence of cameras (photo op for a voting population that is, for good or ill, overwhelmingly Catholic/Christian). De Castro is obviously cowed by religion, and Estrada knows without the support of the religious his candidacy is doomed, whether or not he's a believer (which is not easily settled because this guy is, afterall, an ACTOR). I'm not familiar with the others. How about Teodoro, anyone?